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How Detroit techno is preserving the city’s beating heart in the face of gentrification

By Carla Vecchiola, Lecturer in History, University of Michigan-Dearborn
For over two decades, Detroit has celebrated its status as the birthplace of techno with an electronic music festival held over Memorial Day weekend.

But like the city around it, the festival has changed. At its inception, the event was free and focused on techno music and Detroit musicians, primarily the Black Americans who started techno – just…The Conversation

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